|I want a brave man, I want a cave man
||[Aug. 22nd, 2012|07:36 am]
The Question Club
You're out with your SO. You meet a friend, somebody you haven't seen in a long time. As you three are talking, your friend touches your SO on the arm.|
Is it your obligation to warn your friend not to do that? Should it be your SO's responsibility?
If the situation were reversed, would you want your SO to step in and say something, or would you do it?
EDITED TO ADD: Thanks for commenting. I should add that I don't care that much about it, but I was told that I should do something "out of common courtesy" and intervene.
EDIT (2): You can tell I don't do this for a living. I tried to word the question as ambiguously as possible to keep from skewing the results. I was, in fact, told by my SO that I should step in. The friend wasn't being flirtatious, but I didn't know that she didn't like him very much.